1984 Essay | The Propaganda Machine

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The Propaganda Machine

Summary: Essay consists of an analysis of the novel "1984" by George Orwell.
George Orwell was the pen name for Eric Arthur Blair (1903-1950), who growing up in London was aware of some of the atrocities people lived through during a time of war. Orwell who had worked for the British military police, disliked the cruelties of the imperial system, and had distrust for a tyrannical government. He blends various components that are representative of the regimes and philosophies of Stalin, Mussolini, and Hitler in his novel, 1984. This novel provides a look inside the life of a man living in a totalitarian future society in which individuals had no rights of free speech, free publication, free association, or the right to form political parties. There would be only one governmental party (Ingsoc), which imposed its dictatorial rule over the people. This party would have complete control over individuals' work, leisure, religion, and private lives. His character, Winston, epitomizes the deterioration...

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